Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 23-NOV-2011

A short issue this week, what with the holiday and all most people are thinking more about their families than their server configurations. Can't say I blame them.


It's out there! A presentation: Introducing Oracle WebLogic Server 12c, the #1 Application Server Across Conventional and Cloud Environments

Data Guard

Connections between various pieces of a Data Guard environment, and the latencies thereof, can be a key issue for DBAs. At the Alejandro Vargas' Blog there is a posting on: How to Calculate TCP Socket Buffer Sizes for Data Guard Environments


Also from Alejandro is this handy item about Configuring FTP on Exadata.

Solaris 11

The blogosphere is generating a lot of info about Solaris 11. Here are several postings of interest:

From Dave Miner's Fore! blog: Virtually the fastest way to try Solaris 11 (and Solaris 10 zones).

How to Find Out Which Devices Are Supported By Solaris 11 (Oracle Technology Network Blog (aka TechBlog)).

Solaris 10 branded zone VM Templates for Solaris 11 on OTN (Virtually All The Time blog)

Fixing a shell problem: New Shell In Oracle Solaris 11 (OTN Garage).

And when it all goes 'Woof': How to Recover a Solaris 11 System (OTN).

Oracle Service Bus

Spider Logic brings us: Oracle Coherence & Oracle Service Bus: REST API Integration.


From the Oracle E-Business Suite Communities Blog: Oracle Demantra BAL Migration


From Syngress: A Brief Introduction on Migrating to an Oracle-based Cloud Environment.


CBR Online discusses: Oracle introduces BI publisher for enhanced visibility across project portfolio.

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